Sharing a photo of her father Prince Andrew before he performed his first Trooping the Colour as part of the Queen’s Birthday celebrations this weekend, our eyes were too busy taking in the opulence that is the Queen’s official residency.
It was oh so very fancy.
The unspecified palace hallway looked nothing short of a scene from a Disney film, featuring oil paintings, freestanding urns and luxe tables on one side, with marble busts and plush maroon curtains on the other.
Keen royal fans also noticed that the Duke of York was standing in front of the painting, ‘The Marriage of Princess Maud of Wales’ by Laurits Regner Tuxen from the wedding of the monarch to Prince Charles of Denmark in 1896.
Princess Eugenie’s photo marks her father’s first time riding horseback during the annual Trooping the Colour celebration in light of his recent appointment to Colonel of the Grenadier Guards in December 2017.
This role was previously held by the Duke of Edinburgh, which he was appointed to in 1975 and kept up until his retirement last year.
Unlike other members of the other royal family, 28-year-old Princess Eugenie and her sister Princess Beatrice are allowed their own personal social media accounts and she often posts candid photos of her personal projects and shots of her family.
The youngest daughter of the Duke of York and Sarah ‘Fergie’ Ferguson, Duchess of York, is also set to marry her fiance Jack Brooksbank on October 12.